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Winter weather awareness time

Potter County Emergency Manager Cheryl Sautner reminds residents that the weather can change at any time.
She stressed that a storm watch means that hazardous conditions are expected in the next 12 to 36 hours, and storm warning means the conditions now exist.
Use basic good sense. Stay inside during a blizzard, and if you must go outside dress warmly in layers. Keep emergency supplies in the vehicle and be prepared for the unexpected.
To learn more about how to be prepared for the change in the season and be ready for emergencies that may come with it, contact Sautner at the Potter County Sheriff’s Department or check online at www.bReadySD.com

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Gettysburg Board of Education held regular meeting Oct. 14

Combined%20FS%20-%20all%20funds%20September%202013(1)(3).xlsOctober 14, 2013
The Gettysburg Board of Education held their regular meeting on the above date in the Elementary Library. Present were the following:  Matt Cronin, Kay Schmidt, Paul Kellogg, Ryan Lake, Brian Robbennolt, and Kimberly Schweiss.  Absent: Kevin Geditz. Also present were Tim Hagedorn, Wendy Smith, Barb Everson, and Scott Sikkink.
The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Board President Cronin called the meeting to order at 7:30 PM.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Robbennolt to amend the agenda with the following additions:  add Bus Barn and add approve Oct. 7, 2013 special meeting minutes to the consent agenda.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Motion by Robbennolt, second by Schweiss to approve the following consent agenda:  approve the minutes of the Sept 11, 2013 regular board meeting and the Sept 5, 2013 special board meeting; approve the minutes of the October 7, 2013 special board meeting with the following added: Discussed Geothermal; approve the financial reports; approve the October 10, 2013 claims; and declare surplus and obsolete the items due to being outdated and to be disposed of properly.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.  The list of obsolete items is on file in the business office.  Cronin acknowledges conflict of interest with claims to John Deere Financial and his aye vote does not include these items.
October 10, 2013
CLAIMS PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT
GENERAL FUND
VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS, $182.91, COMMUNICATIONS; BERKLEY ASSIGNED RISK SVCS, 991.00, ADD’L WORKERS COMP INS (NEW CO.); BMS, INC., 13.77, AD/FLATIRON; BROOKLYN PUBLISHERS LLC, 120.25 ORAL INTERP MATERIAL; BURG’S GAS & ETC., INC., 3,340.60, SCHOOL VEHICLE FUEL; BW INSURANCE AGENCY INC., 27.00 ADD’L INSURANCE/COMPUTERS;
CENTRAL DISTRIBUTION, 1,469.28, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES; CENTURY BUSINESS PRODUCTS, 30.00, ELEM LIB COPIES; CITY OF GETTYSBURG, 1,338.90, WATER; COMMUNITY CARE CLINIC, 120.00, BUS DRIVER PHYSICAL (K. SCOTT/J. LEHMAN); CTL CORPORATION, 355.00, RPR STUDENT LAPTOPS; DAKOTA FARM & RANCH SUPPLY, 106.29, FREIGHT/CUST & AG SUPPLIES;
DAKOTA TRUCK UNDERWRITERS, 2,758.00, ADD’L WORKERS COMP (OLD POLICY); DEMCO, 157.55, LIBRARY SUPPLIES; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC, 1,910.45, RPR COPIER/FISCAL PRINTER/COPIER SUPLS; E-RATE, 1,500.00, E-RATE ANNUAL FEE; FOLLETT LIBRARY RESOURCES, 195.73, LIBRARY/READING PROGRAM;
G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTCT REFD, 1,676.49, REDFIELD SCHOOL, 30.00, CC ENTRY FEE, MARY QUIETT, 514.47, REIMB LIBRARY TV/DVD PLAYER/SUPPLIES, JESSICA LARSON, 57.49, REIMB CHEER SUPPLIES, DAKOTA ACAC, 35.00, FALL SCHOOL COUNSELOR WORKSHOP, VALERIE DEVINE, 164.00, VB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, KATIE KONOLD, 135.88, VB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, IPSWICH HIGH SCHOOL, 30.00, CC ENTRY FEE, FLEET SERVICES, 9.00, GAS CARD FEE,
STEVE ROUNDS, 119.40, FB OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, JOHN BURCHILL, 75.00, FB OFFICIAL, TODD PALMER, 75.00, FB OFFICIAL, MARK ULRICH, 75.00, FB OFFICIAL, ABERDEEN RONCALLI, 30.00, CC ENTRY FEE, CHRISTY SALTSMAN, 60.00, REIMB GBB DUES, NSU, 48.00, REGIST. CHORAL WKSHOP, JASON HANSON, 80.00, REIMBURSE BBB COACHING CLASSES, DCI, 43.25, BACKGROUND CHECK J. HANSON, LAKESIDE CC, 20.00, CC ENTRY FEE;
GAS’N GOODIES, 112.03, SCHOOL VEHICLE GAS, AD ICE; HARDING HOUSE PUBLISHERS, 17.49, GR 4 ASSIGNMENT NOTES; HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 240.00, SEPT GARBAGE SERVICE; JAGER, MIKE, 2,101.46, SVC/RPR SCHOOL VEHICLES FOR INSPECTION; JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL, 93.75, MOWER BLADE/OIL;
LANGER’S FAMILY FOODS, 127.42, GUIDANCE/OFFICE/HS/FACS SUPPLIES; LARRY’S REPAIR, 703.44, RPR AC ON PREVOST BUS; LEARN 360, 395.00, VIDEO STREAMING SVC RENEWAL; MARCO, INC., 71.60, FISCAL COPIES; MID CENTRAL EDUCATIONAL COOP, 500.00, ON-LINE CREDIT RECOVERY COURSES;
MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEM, 625.03, CUST SUPPLIES; MIKKELSEN, AMBER, 12.00, MEALS/FCCLA FALL LDSHP; MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES, 2,743.68, ELEC/NATURAL GAS; NAFZIGER LAWN SERVICE, 378.00, FERTILIZE FB FIELD & ½ PRACTICE FLD; NCS PEARSON, INC., 800.00, JH/HS WRITE TO LEARN SUBSCR;
NEW CREATIONS, 130.49, GUID/LUNCH RECEIPT BOOKS; OAHE AREA YOUTH CENTER, 1,500.00, CITY AUD RENT; PETTY CASH, 91.08, POSTAGE; POTTER COUNTY NEWS, 292.37, FISCAL PRINTING; QUIETT, MARY, 59.99, REIMB LIBRARY UPS; QUILL CORPORATION, 236.10, GR 3 SUPPLIES/ELEM/HS/FISCAL SUPPLIES;
R & K MECHANICAL, 83.60, FIX FB FIELD SPRINKLER LEAK; RAMKOTA INN, BEST WESTERN, 87.99, LODGING BUS MGR MTG; SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, 63.00, HEALTH INS ADMIN FEE; SASD, 479.55, SUPT MBRSHIP/DUES; SCHLACHTER LUMBER, 493.35, CUST/AD/AG SUPPLIES; SCHOLASTIC INC, 2,025.52, HS/JH/ELEM SUBSCR RENEWAL; SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO, 184.74, SEPT SVCS;
TAYLOR MUSIC, 5,051.00, BAND INSTRUMENTS (MAAS FDTN)/SUPPLIES; TRUE VALUE HARDWARE, 22.47, CUST SUPPLIES; VILAS PHARMACY, 7.45, FISCAL ENVELOPES; WAGER, DEBORAH J, 96.20, MILEAGE FCCLA; WEX BANK, 9.00, MONTHLY GAS CARD FEE; WHITE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT, 90.00, SUPT REGION 3 DUES.
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND
ELAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, $882.77, HS TEXTBOOKS/THERAPY SWING SYSTEM; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC., 250.58, SAVIN COPIER/PRINTER LEASES; G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTRICT REFD, 233.92, MARY QUIETT, 233.92, REIMB LIBRARY BOOKS ORDERED; QUIETT, MARY 98.06, 98.06, REMIB LIBRARY BOOKS ORDERED; R & K MECHANICAL, 4,832.07, GRAVEL/LABOR EAST SIDE ELEM; TAYLOR MUSIC, 4,456.99, BAND INSTRUMENTS.
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND
VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS, $2.42, COMMUNICATIONS; ELAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, 179.95, SPEECH SUPPLIES; G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTRICT REFUND 50.00, SD REHAB ACTION, 50.00, TRANSITION CONFERENCE; GETTYSBURG MEDICAL CENTER, 332.50, PT/OT SERVICES; HEIEN, TRICIA, 38.00, MEALS/SPED CONF; HOBERT, APRIL, 38.00, MEALS/SPED CONF; KIDS TALK, 354.00, SPED PROF SVCS; NCS PEARSON, INC., 89.20, KTEA FORMS.
FOOD SERVICE FUND
CASS-CLAY CREAMERY, INC., $1,478.27, DAIRY PRODUCTS; CWD/HRS, 5,605.30, PURCHASED FOOD/SUPPLIES; EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO’S, 512.85, BREAD/BUNS; HARRIS SCHOOL SOLUTIONS, 145.92, PRINTER PAPER/LUNCH MACHINE; HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 120.00, SEPT GARBAGE SVC; LANGER’S FAMILY FOODS, 63.84, GROCERIES; SD DEPT. OF EDUCATION, 479.70, PURCHASED FOOD; SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO, 116.53, SEPT SERVICES.
PAYROLL
GENERAL FUND, $119,010.63, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; SPED FUND, 19,109.52, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; FOOD SERVICE, 4,773.27, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; DRIVERS ED, 192.56, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT.
Motion by Kellogg, second by Lake to approve a contract to Wendy Smith, JHGBB coach for $1,536.26.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Robbennolt to approve Open Enrollment OE 2013-14-8. All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
A home school application was recognized.
Scott Sikkink from HKG was present.  He discussed the new school project and said that Sharpe Enterprises would mobilize next Monday.  There will be the first construction committee meeting this Wed at 9AM.  Two soil contracts and asbestos removal were discussed.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Schweiss to approve a pilot for Black Hills on-line for 1 student.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Mrs. Wendy Smith reported on current activities at the school. She also reported that State testing will be a pilot program done on computers this year.  Parent teacher conferences were attended well.
Mr. Hagedorn discussed the Civil Rights review by the State.  2010 ADA standards in regards to the new building project were also discussed.
Motion by Kellogg, second by Lake to adjourn to Executive Session at 8:30 PM for Student Issue, SDCL 1-25-2-2.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
Board President Cronin declared the board back in session at 8:34 PM.
The Bus Barn was tabled until the next meeting as there was no one present with a proposal.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Schweiss to adjourn the meeting.  All present voted aye.  Motion carried.
The meeting was adjourned at 8:40 PM.
Matthew Cronin, Board President
Barbara Everson, Business Manager
October 16, 2013
Board members present or replied to texts: Kay Schmidt, Brian Robbennolt, Ryan Lake, Paul Kellogg and Kim Schweiss.
On October 16, 2013 bids were opened from Foerster Testing LTD  for $38,760.00 and Aaron Swan & Associates for $20,430.00 for Materials Testing and Quality Control.  Motion by Schmidt, second by Schweiss to accept the bid of Aaron Swan & Associates.  All contacted voted aye.  Motion carried.
Matthew Cronin, Board President
Barbara Everson, Business Manager
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Tobin estate rep named

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PRO.  13-14
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA    )
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COUNTY OF POTTER    )
Estate of:    )
LELAND DE VERE TOBIN,    )
Deceased.    )
Notice is hereby given that on September 30, 2013, Ronald D. Tobin,  whose address is: 314 N. Exene Street, Gettysburg, South Dakota 57442, Tel:  605-769-1001, was appointed as personal representative of the estate of LELAND DE VERE TOBIN, Deceased.
Creditors of decedent must file their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims may be filed with the personal representative, or may be filed with the clerk, and a copy of the claim mailed to the personal representative.
/s/ Ronald D. Tobin
314 N. Exene Street
Gettysburg, South Dakota 57442
Tel: 605-769-1001

Potter County Clerk of Courts
P.O. Box 67
Gettysburg, SD  57442

/s/ Joan Elayne Powell
Attorney at Law
102 S. East Street
Gettysburg, South Dakota 57442
Tel: 605-280-9521
Fax: 877-765-7545
Email: Powell@sdcountrylawyer.com
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Public hearing on alcoholic beverage applications

PUBLIC HEARING
ON APPLICATION FOR
SALE OF ALCOHOLIC
BEVERAGES FOR 2014
Notice is hereby given that the Common Council in and for the City of Gettysburg, South Dakota, on the 4th day of November, 2013 at the hour of 7:00 o’clock pm at the City Finance Office in said City of Gettysburg, will meet in regular session to consider the following applications for alcoholic beverage licenses to operate within the City of Gettysburg for the 2014 licensing period, which have been presented to the governing body and filed in the City Finance Office:
*City of Gettysburg/Firehouse Diner – 711 West Garfield Ave, Retailer On-sale Liquor
*City of Gettysburg/Lucys Bar N Grill — 117 W. Commercial , Retailer On-sale Liquor
*City of Gettysburg/American Legion Club — 112 S. Exene St., Retailer On-sale Liquor
*City of Gettysburg/J&B Quickstop — Gettysburg, SD, Package Off-sale Liquor
*City of Gettysburg/Gettysburg Country Club — Gettysburg, SD, Retailer On-sale Liquor
*City of Gettysburg/Vilas Super Store – 105 E Commercial, Package Off-sale Liquor
Notice is further given that any person, persons or their attorney may appear at said scheduled public hearing and present objections to any or all of the above applicants, if any objections there be.
By Order of the City Council
Sharleen Eliason, Finance Officer
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Stroup estate rep named

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN CIRCUIT COURT
SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PRO.  13-15
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA    )
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COUNTY OF POTTER    )
Estate of:    )
SHIRLEY STROUP,    )
Deceased.    )
Notice is hereby given that on September 30, 2013, David T. Stroup, whose address is: 404 E. Lincoln Avenue, P.O. Box 86, Gettysburg, South Dakota  57442, Tel: 605-769-1896, was appointed as personal representative of the estate of SHIRLEY (ANN) STROUP, Deceased.
Creditors of decedent must file their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or their claims may be barred.
Claims may be filed with the personal representative, or may be filed with the clerk, and a copy of the claim mailed to the personal representative.
/s/ David T. Stroup
404 E. Lincoln Ave.
P.O. Box 86
Gettysburg, South Dakota  57442
Tel: 605-769-1896

Potter County Clerk of Courts
P.O. Box 67
Gettysburg, SD  57442

/s/ Joan Elayne Powell
Attorney at Law
102 S. East Street
Gettysburg, South Dakota  57442
Tel: 605-280-9521
Fax: 877-765-7545
Email: Powell@sdcountrylawyer.com
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Notice of audit

NOTICE OF AUDIT
OF FISCAL AFFAIRS OF THE
CITY OF GETTYSBURG
Notice is hereby given that the records and books of account of the City of Gettysburg, South Dakota have been audited by Kohlman, Bierschbach & Anderson, LLP, Certified Public Accountants of Miller, South Dakota for the two years ended December 31, 2012. A detailed report thereon is filed with the City of Gettysburg and the Department of Legislative Audit in Pierre, South Dakota for public inspection.
The following findings and recommendations referred to in the report are hereby listed in accordance with the provisions of SDCL 4-11-12.
Finding:
A material weakness was reported for lack of segregation of duties for revenues and equity, which could result in errors not being found in a timely manner. It is not known how long this comment has been made.
Recommendation:
The City is aware of this problem and is attempting to provide compensating controls wherever and whenever possible and practical.
Management’s Response:
William Wuttke is the contact person responsible for the corrective action plan for this comment. He stated, “We feel that this is a small town and would not be feasible to hire another person besides the Finance Officer and Deputy Finance Officer for segregation of duties. The city is aware of this problem and we do try and protect the City by having the Finance Officer open all checks and then gives them to the Deputy Finance Officer to record. For expenditures, the Deputy Finance Officer opens all bills and then gives them to the Finance Officer to issue checks. The Council reviews all expenditures and does sign the documentation for each expenditure and the Council does receive a cash balance each month with quarterly updates on revenue and expenses.”
Finding:
The City does not have an internal control system designed to provide for the preparation of the annual finance statements including required footnotes and disclosures, in accordance with Other Comprehensive Basis of Accounting Modified Cash Basis, being audited. As auditors, we were requested to draft the financial statements and accompanying notes to the financial statements.
Recommendation:
The circumstance is not unusual in an organization of this size. It is the responsibility of management and those charged with governance to make the decision whether to accept the degree of risk associated with this condition because of cost or other considerations.
Management’s Response:
William Wuttke is the contact person responsible for the corrective action plan for this. He stated, “The Council tries to be involved at every level and does oversee the financial reports.”
Finding:
During the course of our engagement, we proposed material audit adjustments that would not have been identified as a result of the City’s existing internal controls, and therefore could have resulted in a material misstatement of the City’s financial statements.
Recommendation:
The circumstance is not unusual in an organization of this size. It is the responsibility of management and those charged with governance to make the decision whether to accept the degree of risk associated with this condition because of cost or other considerations
Management’s Response:
William Wuttke is the contact person responsible for the corrective action plan for this. He stated, “The Council tries to be involved at every level and does oversee the financial reports.”
MARTIN L. GUINDON, CPA
AUDITOR GENERAL
DEPARTMENT OF
LEGISLATIVE AUDIT
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Potter County Battlers give Coach Smith 100th career win

The Yellowstone Trail Conference game ended early Friday night at Battler Field and pretty much everybody got some play time when Potter County shut out McLaughlin/Wakpala.  The “mercy rule” sent the visitors home after the half with a score of 56-0 and gave Coach Vern Smith his 100th victory with the Mighty Battlers.
The Battler starters got in only eight plays on defense and three on offense that night, which gave lots of the team an opportunity for field time.
The first score of the night came from a 35 yard run by Hayden Simon for the Battlers. Chayce Hall kicked through the goal posts to add another point, and Potter County was up by seven.
Ryan Sundberg put it in the endzone from 17 yards out for another Battler touchdown, and a kick by Hall bumped the score to 14.
A 47 yard punt return by Colton Hall added six more points to the Battler side of the scoreboard, and they couldn’t make good on the extra point so the score stood, briefly, at 20-0.
Some of the younger Battlers took to the field, with Caleb Meinke taking the quarterback position. He connected on an eight yard pass to Tanner Storer for a touchdown, and the quarterback ran it into the endzone for another two points. The first quarter of play ended with the Battlers up 28-0.
During the second quarter, Coach Smith went even deeper on the Battler bench. Meinke put up another touchdown on a 23 yard run, but the PAT didn’t happen. The spread increased to 34-0.
Storer made a big 48 yard run for his second TD of the night, before Chris Zuber added two more to the board on a pass play from Jacob Rausch. The score stood at 42-0.
The next two touchdowns came from runs by Tim Heien, who first punched his way into the endzone on a 15 yard run, and repeated his performance on a 28 yard run for an additional six points. The last one was capped by a two point run from Luke Smith, making a final score at halftime of 56-0.
The “mercy rule” takes place if one team is ahead by 45 points after playing the first half of football.
Game day is moved up to Thursday this week, when Potter County hosts their final game of the regular season at Battler Field. They play Faulkton with kickoff at 7 p.m. The team heads into playoffs on Tuesday, Oct. 29.
-Molly McRoberts
Stats
Potter County 56
McLaughlin-Wakpala 0
Yellowstone Trail Conference at Gettysburg
McLaughlin-Wakpala (0-7)|    0    0–  0
Potter County (6-1)|  28  28–56
PC — Hayden Simon 35 run (Chayce Hall kick).
PC — Ryan Sundberg 17 run (Hall kick).
PC — Colton Hall 47 punt return (kick failed).
PC — Tanner Storer 8 pass from Caleb Meinke (Meinke run).
PC — Meinke 23 run (fun failed).
PC — Storer 48 run (Chris Zuber pass from Jacob Rausch).
PC — Tim Heien 15 run (run failed).
PC — Heien 28 run (Luke Smith run).
Offensive Statistics: McLaughlin-Wakpala rushing 24-64 (Julian Spotted Horse 11-45), passing 1-4-2 for 15 (Jesse Ybarra 1-4-2 for 15), receiving (Payton Tiokasin 1-15), first downs 4; Potter County rushing 17-259 (Storer 3-63, Heien 2-43), passing 2-2-0 for 22 (Meinke 2-2-0 for 22), receiving (Heien 1-14), first downs 5.
Defensive Statistics: McLaughlin-Wakpala, Tiokasin led team effort; Potter County, Rausch led team effort.

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Lady Battler volleyball stats

Non-conference at Gettysburg
Oct. 15
Potter County 25-25-25
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 18-8-22
Serving: Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 40-45 2 aces (Tiffany Shaving 8-8 1 ace); Potter County 64-65 16 aces (Morgan VanderVorst 13-15 7 aces, Regan Everson 15-16 3 aces, Alli Lake 12-15 3 aces).
Hitting: Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 62-68 15 kills (Shaving 12-15 8 kills); Potter County 91-104 35 kills (Everson 23-24 12 kills, Lake 21-28 8 kills, Destry Nafziger 17-18 4 kills).
Setting: Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 35-39 15 assists (Bailey Fast Horse 16-16 5 assists); Potter County 90-90 31 assists (Megan Schrempp 86-86 30 assists).
Digs: Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 33 (Ryia Farlee 10, Natasha Guajardo 9); Potter County 52 (Tara Heuer 13, Nafziger 10).
Blocks: Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 5 solo 4 assists (Kaleb Shepherd 3 solo, 1 assist); Potter County 1 solo (Nafziger 1).
Records: Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 3-15; Potter County 17-5.
JV Match: Potter County 25-20, 25-16.
C Match: Potter County 25-13, 25-11.
Non-conference at Mellette
Oct. 17
Northwestern 25-25-25
Potter County 11-19-15
Serving: Potter County 42-47 3 aces (Morgan Vander Vorst 8-9 2 aces, Destiny Nafziger 10-10); Northwestern 67-72 9 aces (Peyton Groft, 22-23 2 aces, Darby Duncan 12-12 2 aces, Kennedi Sparling 8-10 2 aces).
Hitting: Potter County 97-113 18 kills (Alli Lake 31-40 6 kills, Alyssa Haberer 23-25 4 kills, Regan Everson 21-24 2 kills); Northwestern 104-120 34 kills (Jordon Peterson 27-46 15 kills, Julie Sparling 33-35 10 kills, Jeanna Duncan 19-20 5 kills).
Setting: Potter County 103-104 13 assists (Megan Schrempp 103-104 13 assists); Northwestern 110-110 33 assists (D. Duncan 80-80 27 assists, J. Duncan 10-10 3 assists).
Digs: Potter County 61 (Vander Vorst 14, Lake 13, Tara Heuer 11); Northwestern 71 (Sparling 21, D. Duncan 15, J. Duncan 10).
Blocks: Potter County 5 (Lake 1); Northwestern 1 solo, 10 assists (Haley Grandpre 4 assists, Peterson 2 assists).
Records: Potter County 17-6; Northwestern 20-6.
JV Match: Northwestern 25-16, 25-20.
Non-conference at Gettysburg
Oct. 21
Potter County 25-23-20-25-15
Mobridge-Pollock 23-25-25-21-13
Serving: Mobridge-Pollock 83-95 12 aces (Chelsy Hoffman 19-20 4 aces, Ellie Rabenberg 11-13 3 aces, Aundrea Kramer 17-19 2 aces); Potter County 95-106 14 aces (Alli Lake 22-22 3 aces, Destry Nafziger 16-18 3 aces, Morgan VanderVorst 15-20 5 aces).
Hitting: Mobridge-Pollock 152-172 55 kills (Rabenberg 39-46 17 kills, Kayleigh Henderson 43-45 12 kills, Kylee Wagner 24-32 9 kills); Potter County 157-184 52 kills (Alyssa Haberer 30-32 14 kills, Regan Everson 45-49 12 kills, Lake 34-45 10 kills, Nafziger 23-24 9 kills).
Setting: Mobridge-Pollock 154-164 39 assists (Cassi Heumiller 63-63 24 assists, Becca Martin 70-72 15 assists); Potter County 132-132 34 assists (Megan Schrempp 122-122 33 assists).
Digs: Mobridge-Pollock 70 (Maranda Wagner 29, Rabenberg 21, Kramer 15); Potter County 95 (Tara Heuer 23, Everson 19).
Blocks: Mobridge-Pollock 4 (Henderson 2); Potter County 1 (Haberer).
Records: Mobridge-Pollock 16-8; Potter County 18-6.
JV Match: Mobridge-Pollock 25-19, 25-22.

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Dr. Eugene Horrell

Dr. Eugene Dale Horrell, 81 died at his home in Spearfish Canyon, SD on Oct. 14, 2013.
Gene was born on Jan. 27, 1932 to Stanley and Doris (Dunn) Horrell in Buffalo, SD. He graduated in 1950 from Vermillion High School, and did his pre-med at the University of South Dakota. He received his medical degree from Temple University in Philadelphia. He was a hand surgeon in Detroit, MI.
Gene is survived by his wife, Linda; step-children, Tim Gruber, Sandra Gruber, Gerald Gruber, Michael Gruber; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; along with his aunt, Ruth Evanson, formerly of Gettysburg; his sister and brother-in-law Gail and Jim Prins;
He is preceded in death by his parents, Stanley and Doris; his infant sisters, Virginia and Shirley; sister Wanda Stennick.
Funeral services were Oct. 22 at Calvary Temple Assembly of God Church in Spearfish.  In lieu of flowers memorials have been established to benefit Calvary Temple Assembly of God Church and the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
Arrangements are under the care of Fidler-Isburg Funeral Chapels and Crematory Service of Spearfish.

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Running for a cure…

cancer guys runDSC_0330Justin Harer, Andy Mikkelsen, and Tyler Fischer bundled up for a run on Saturday morning as part of the annual Breast Cancer Awareness Run/Walk event held in Gettysburg. Over 160 participated in the fundraiser, which raised $6000 to help fight breast cancer. In the spirit of Halloween, folks were encouraged to come in costume. Mikkelsen got on board dressed as the Cat in the Hat, and Tyler Fischer dressed as Bleeker who is a character from the movie, Juno — who was portrayed at the run/walk by Fischer’s wife and event organizer, Kelsey.

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